I was reminded of games like The Game of Life and Mario Party! It’s a board game. You choose four characters and move according to the number rolled on the dice. Depending on the space you land on, a witch might appear and play tricks on you, or your coins may increase or decrease. After each turn, a mini-game begins. There are several mini-games, so you can always look forward to what kind of game will come up next. The instructions are all in English, but I think you’ll mostly understand how to play once you try it.
I played Mario Party on a computer, and the level of fidelity was so high that I felt it didn’t differ much from the game console version. Although all the instructions were written in English, I could roughly understand what they were explaining, even without a strong grasp of the language, since the words were simple. With multiple mini-games available, I think it can provide enjoyment for a medium to long duration. Additionally, I found it nice that two people could play together on the same screen, as it supports two-player mode.
If you love Mario Party minigames, this game is perfect for you and anyone interested in Mario games. In this game, you can play minigames and boss battles from Mario Party. There are four types of minigames and two types of boss battles. Additionally, there is a shop feature. The Mario Party minigames and boss battles have been beautifully recreated, evoking a sense of nostalgia as you play. For those who have never played Mario Party, this game might spark your interest. It was a lot of fun.